WASHINGTON -- The nation's largest grocery cooperatives grew their businesses an average of about 12% in 2004, according to a report issued this month by National Cooperative Bank here. (See Page 28, opposite.) The report, which lists the 100 largest cooperatives of any type in the United States, includes 19 grocery co-ops that tallied about $31.4 billion in revenues in fiscal 2004, vs. $28.1 billion in fiscal 2003. The specific time frames for each company's fiscal year varied. Revenues ...

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